Betrayal and Extermination of Property Owners: A Thought Experiment
When things feel weird, throwing away assumptions and being alert can save your life.
This story is a thought experiment in how one could steal everything from the property owners of today and trick them into digging their own graves. Unfortunately, this detective plot demands a “special military operation” of another kind and a premeditated “soft” genocide.
Conspiracy? Benevolence? Corruption?
There is lots to say about the nature of our relationship with authority in general (not a flattering relationship), about historical precedents, and about possible motives for a genocide today. This article is focused on the plot itself—but if you want more context, please check out some of my earlier articles below.
Importantly, even if we are in the middle of the unthinkable, we aren’t going to gain from succumbing to fear. We make for better warriors when we keep a cool head, protect ourselves intelligently, stay grounded in light, and remember that we are here on Earth not to suffer but to grow our souls and to defend our right to dignity, love, and good life. That is true.
A strategy of doing away with property owners
One prominent aspect of the strategy has been presented wholesale in an Amazon series named “Utopia,” released not ironically at all in 2020, and cancelled after about two months.
The series is about a group of kids trying to save the world from bad things “predicted” in a comic book. I’ll let the Wikipedia describe the plot:
The comic book contains clues of future events because it is written by one of the architects of a plan designed to prevent ecological disaster as the Earth's population rises and resources are depleted. The plan consists of: (1) Convincing the world's population that there is an outbreak of a deadly new virus, (2) Once convinced of the narrative of the faux-pandemic, announce to the public the creation of a new vaccine, (3) Through the coordination between global elites and non-governmental organizations, governments move quickly to inject the world's population with this "vaccine". (4) Once the population is injected, it turns out that the vaccine is designed to sterilize almost all of those people that take it, causing the global population to drop from 7.8 billion to about 500 million, and ushering in a new era of plenty.
So, that is that. An innocent creative Amazon series, fiction, nothing to worry about, except in the real world, things are getting weirder and weirder, and while some babies are still showing up, birth rates in highly vaccinated countries seem to be dropping fast (here and here)—and reproductive issues seem to be abound (here and here)—and it’s only been less than two years of “vaccinating,” and they are only starting, and it’s unknown what kind of babies (if any) will be conceived in the future by the multiple-vaccinated children of today.
And so, if people mostly stop having babies, and many family lineages dry out, who will get to own the stuff accumulated by the property owners of today? Commercial banks? The state? BlackRock? The Fed (another way to say “BlackRock”)? Who will own their stuff?
The “ordinary” property owners of today
In 2022, a lot of Americans, especially the city folk, scramble from paycheck to paycheck, don’t own much at all, and live like overworked eternal kids. The older generation of Americans used to routinely own houses and such but the mechanisms that let them become property owners while working a job have been mostly “deprecated” a long time ago.
And so, for now, their houses will stay in the family once it’s their time to walk on—but if the families go extinct due to their children’s or grandchildren’s inability to have children of their own, who will own their property then? And also, weren’t the elders disproportionately massacred in 2020—just in time for the pension money to collapse—and then extra-incentivized to get the shots, turbo cancer and all?
Another group of property owners, extra-incentivized to get the shots, is the Natives. Anecdotally, in some Native nations, the feds (who are known for caring deeply about the well-being of the original people of this land) have been paying up to $800 per person to bribe people into getting the shot. I also hear that Native nations were hit by COVID particularly badly, that many elders died, and it really impacted the communities, and for that reason (and also due to special efforts to “vaccinate” the Natives), the vaccination rates in Indian nations are very high.
By the way, guess what happened when a hundred years ago, the members of the Osage nation found themselves suddenly wealthy from oil?
At the dawn of the century, the members of the Osage nation — after being forced off their original ancestral lands — found themselves sitting on top of abundant oil reserves in their newly purchased land in Oklahoma. And suddenly, they became very rich.
By the 1920s, the Osage became the wealthiest people per capita in the world. And then the murders began, and high-level cold-blooded conspiracies — and by the way, the NPR actually uses the word "conspiracy," despite the fact that conspiracies allegedly do not exist — and then legislation was passed that obliged the Osage to have white "guardians" for everything they did.
Which is to say, the power holders are very specific about who is allowed to make exuberant amounts of money off natural resources. I don't think that has changed.
Another group of prominent property owners is the coastal upper middle class, and the members of the upper middle class ran to get their shots on their good will. That particular demographic is vaccinated up the wazoo, kids and grandkids and all.
They didn’t require money bribes, the “smart, educated” folks were beaten on the head with 24/7 abusive, manipulative fear porn on CNN, preceded by four years of a different kind of abusive, manipulative fear porn on CNN. The irony of the situation is that the CNN is not even that popular of a network but it specifically targets the relatively snobbish and relatively successful “educated” class, it tells them more or less what they want to hear and propagandizes them to no end. Successfully so.
And so, if their children or grandchildren have difficulty having children of their own and the lineages dry out, who will own their stuff?
And then we have the farmers and the conservative “vermin” who own stuff but who aren’t enthused about the shot at all. What about them? They are of course smeared, attacked, coerced, called bad names and framed as “enemies of the people” of some sort, to be disarmed and de-platformed. The language used to describe them bears an eerie resemblance to the language used in the past to describe the demographics about to be decimated and robbed dry. It is eerie but true!
The farmers are already being robbed of their possessions, using “climate change,” as in the case of Dutch and Canadian farmers, or “eminent domain.” (And who is the largest private land owner in the U.S.? Everybody’s favorite Bill Gates, of course, who is also everybody’s favorite pusher of very unhealthy, patented fake meats.)
And have you heard about the successful organic Amish farmer who was recently attacked by the FBI? He wasn’t even using pesticides!
Oh and by the way, the topic of “fertility vaccines” deserves an article of its own, It’s not a conspiracy theory at all. It’s a “thing.” For a taste, here’s just this one paper from 1991:
Weirder and weirder
Let’s face it, things are weird. Everything that has transpired since 2020 has been weird.
Lockdowns, forced business closures, large scale imprisonment and medical murder of hospital patients and nursing home residents, a coordinated witch hunt against the doctors doing their job well, an attack on HCQ and IVM, state laws in California to de-license doctors for disagreeing with institutional science, state regulations in NYS allowing law enforcement to come to your house and lock you up in an isolation camp, etc. etc. I mean, this is all weird! And then there is this shamelessness where they try to explain away the known side-effects of the shots as “long COVID” or, better yet, as “climate change”!
Speaking of side effects, earlier today I heard an excellent presentation by Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi in which he talked in painful detail about the autopsy of an elder who died from non-COVID pneumonia with vaccine-induced brain inflammation and vaccine-induced heart inflammation, and it could be proven that it was vaccine induced because only the spike protein was present in the lesions and not any proteins associated with what we know as SARS-COV-2. That presentation is not up yet but here is the study, and here is another excellent presentation by Dr. Michael Palmer about the same autopsy case.
So yes, things are very, very weird—and when it is so, it’s good to be alert and reasonably suspicious. Well-grounded and unafraid—yes—but alert and reasonably suspicious! It can be life-saving!
I’ll end this with a story about a particular “stopwatch” moment from my own life that illustrates the importance of paying attention to weird things—something that, I hate to say it, I did not do at the time.
In a car with a sex trafficker
There were a particular few seconds in my life, many years ago, when I handed my passport to a sex trafficker I had just met (without realizing what was going on) in the Chinese city of Chengdu. I had just gotten off of a very stressful flight from Lhasa, Tibet. While in Tiber, I was working (on my thesis in linguistics, managing a restaurant, and starring in a film that was never released) for probably 16-18 hours a day, every day for several months.
I was on my way to Hong Kong for a short trip, and my ultimate dream was to go to a club and dance. I was completely zoomed in on the prospect of getting to Hong Kong for a few days and having some “me” time! And so, when a stranger at a train station offered help with buying a ticket to the city bordering Hong Kong, I assumed he was a Soviet-style petty “spekulyant” (petty merchant) trying to make a quick foreigner buck, and I had no apprehensions at all. Besides, I “knew” that crimes against foreigners in China were punished severely, and therefore they “did not exist.”
Once we got into the car that he had flagged, he asked me to give my passport to him. Out of politeness, I did just that. Sure it felt weird. But I thought I was surely safe because weird things don’t happen to smart, intellectually successful people like me, etc. From that moment on, every next moment was weirder than the previous one—and to this day, I feel very grateful to all the kind, sweet forces of the universe for helping me to get away and stay alive. I wish I could credit my super prestigious education and intellectual training for my survival but it wasn’t that. It was the good, loving, kind forces of the universe who saved me despite me making choices that weren’t helping my well-being at all. (And I ended up scared and beaten up—but alive!)
And so, when things stop feeling normal, it may truly be life-saving to throw away all assumptions and think with both one’s logic and one’s heart. Most importantly, with one’s heart.
After all, world history didn’t end with the birth of our smart and educated selves. And we owe it to ourselves and to the future generations to deal with uncertainty with courage and to keep the humanity alive.
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